MEWDS Multiple Evanescent White Dot Syndrome. General Hospital Pula Croatia Department of Opthtalmology Edi Ladavac. Clinical features. Strong female predominance Young adults One eye Blurred vision and fotopsia Average duration of 6 weaks Good recovery of visual function.
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General Hospital Pula Croatia
Department of Opthtalmology
Visus : 0,5
Visus : 0,6
Enlarged blinde spot
demonstrate a greater
number of lesions than are seen with ophthalmoscopy or FAG
The disease usually has a self-limited course with good visual recovery. Approximately 90% of patients have better than 20/30 final visual acuity. There is a return of normal funduscopic appearance, although macular changes may persist.
Because of its self-limited course, no treatment for MEWDS currently is indicated.